Robert "Bob" Daniel Semenuk

Friday, December 17th, 1954 - Sunday, October 6th, 2019
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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Robert in Hamilton on Sunday, October 6, 2019 at the age of 64. Beloved husband of Sandra for 39 years. Loving and proud father of Daniel (wife Avalee Dowlath-Semenuk) and Stephanie Semenuk (John Sztuka). Loving brother of Louise Bergeron (husband Michael predeceased), James (wife Diane), late Thomas, Fredrick and Catherine (all predeceased) and Christine McDonald (husband Paul). Bob will be dearly missed by sisters-in-law Pat Lewis (husband Don), Judy Matthieu (husband Jim), brothers-in-law Glenn Gardner (Carol) and Ed Gardner (wife Lisa). Sadly missed by loving nieces and nephews and fondly remembered by extended family and many friends. Bob dearly enjoyed and loved spending time with his family and was anticipating the arrival of his first grandson of Daniel & Avalee. He was a devout and active member of St. Eugene’s Parish. Bob retired after 30 dedicated years at Stelco. He had a zest for life and was an avid sports fan especially football, hockey and golf. He had a passion for music and mastered the art of playing acoustic and electrical guitar. He had a brilliant mind fluent in mathematics and statistics. He had a magnetic personality and was someone that could genuinely make you smile by his wit and charisma. Funeral Mass will be Celebrated at St. Eugene's Roman Catholic Church, 232 Queenston Road, Hamilton on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 12 Noon. Cremation will follow. If desired, memorial contributions to St. Eugene’s Parish would be sincerely appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to SMITH'S FUNERAL HOME, STONEY CREEK (905-664-4222).
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    Saturday, October 12th, 2019 | 12:00pm
    Saturday, October 12th, 2019 12:00pm
    St. Eugene's Roman Catholic Church
    232 Queenston Road
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Terry Stupavsky

Posted at 10:12am
Dear Sandy, Stephanie, and Dan, sending our deepest condolences and sympathies on your loss. Robert's legacy is his love for his family, and we honour that today and always. We love you all, Terry, Sam, Amy and David

Terry Stupavsky

Posted at 10:03am
Today, Robert will be celebrated as a kind friend, a generous brother, a caring uncle, a loving father, and a devoted husband. He was a great man who emulated his beloved father, Uncle Freddy in many ways. and will be deeply missed. God bless you, Robert. Love from your cousin Terry, Sam, Amy and David.

Mary Anne Semenuk

Posted at 12:24am
We will miss you cousin Bob.. I remember back in the seventies when we had the Semenuk band, there was Bob, his sister Christine, brother Tommy, my two brothers Tim and Michael and myself. Bob played the guitar Tommy played the bonguls and we sang in front of our aunt's and uncle's at uncle Bill's house it was lots of fun. One song I remember we sang was Proud Mary there was others. I remember Bob would be sitting down playing the guitar after one of the Sememuk's wedding and he would play on his guitar Sweet Home Alabama, by Lynard Skynard . I remember back in the seventies, I would go up to Sudbury and Bob would come to London, we would meet my uncle Fred half way between London and Sudbury to switch. No one can take our memories away from us, we will always keep our loved ones in our hearts and will never forget them. Miss you Bob! Love you, RIP

Jason Bergeron

Posted at 02:52pm
Love you uncle Bob! I’ll never forget those summers with Uncle Tom watching sports and movies on the satellite dish and of course the trip to Pittsburgh to see the Steelers training camp. Will miss you lots, but you’ll never be forgotten. All my love.

Barb Kozarichuk

Posted at 12:21pm
So sorry to hear this sad news. My sincerest condolences to his family.
I remember many years ago when our children were little they came out to our house near Rockton to play together.

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